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High-income and low-income countries have major differences in CHD prevalence, mortality

01:02 EST 3 Feb 2020 | News-Medical.net

Even though mortality from congenital heart disease has declined over the last three decades as diagnosis and treatments have advanced, the chances for a child to survive a CHD diagnosis significantly differs based on the country where he or she is born.

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